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US News Pécresse calls for "police-justice cells" available to teachers and students

17:50  18 october  2020
17:50  18 october  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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The president of the Ile-de-France region Valérie Pécresse asked on Sunday for the creation of "police-justice cells" so that teachers and students can make "reports" in the event of a threat, after the beheading of a teacher in Yvelines .

Samuel Paty was beheaded on Friday for showing his students caricatures of Muhammad, a "characterized Islamist attack" denounced by Emmanuel Macron.

According to Valérie Pécresse (ex-LR), "we will have to strike very quickly, very hard, we will have to ensure the protection of our teachers". And "it is not the National Education which will manage to do it, it is the police and the justice system", she told Europe 1, Cnews and Les Echos.

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"This is why I am asking for a police-justice unit to report" for "our teachers, as soon as they are the object of threats , pressure from students or their families, ”she continued.

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These cells should also be available to students, said the president of the Ile-de-France regional council, recalling the case of Mila, a teenager harassed for having criticized Islam on social networks.

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It is a question of "avoiding the 'no wave'", she underlined in reference to the movement of professors who consider themselves let down by their hierarchy in incidents related to Islam.

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Beyond that, Valérie Pécresse judges that "we must roll back Islamism, today it is in our schools". "We must assume very strong principles" and from the start of the school year "Monday, November 2, there should be a pedagogical day entirely devoted to freedom of expression in each class", to be able "to talk about the right to caricature and show caricatures ”.

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In addition, "we must ban any association that claims to be Islam and that does not publicly condemn this abject crime" committed Friday, advocates the president of the region. Likewise, "we must close any mosque which does not clearly condemn" this beheading.

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The right-wing official refers back to back extreme right and extreme left on these issues. "The National Rally would be more credible (...) if each time a solution is proposed (its representatives) did not vote against", affirms Valérie Pécresse. As for LFI, its elected officials "attacked the charter of secularism in the regional council", pointed out the former minister.

The president of the RN group in the Region, Wallerand de Saint Just, then attacked Valérie Pécresse on Twitter: she "falsely claims that we do not vote her proposals when they are adequate" and "resumes with her project of listening cell (for teachers) an amendment "from her group" which she had refused in a sectarian manner, "he said.

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